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The Supreme Court KathyJo Skrobel October 4, 2010 Intro to Criminal Court System/CJS220 Professor Tim Cariker 1
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The Supreme Court The United States Supreme Court is the final appellate court, the Supreme Court makes the decisions of legal issues from federal statutes. The ultimate authority and influence, the Supreme Court poses this for the legal, political and social issues for America. The United States Supreme consists of nine justices, with a chief justice. The chief justice is appointed by the United States President. The Supreme Court only approves a small amount request for certiorari. Other appellate courts go through all cases. Four to nine justices have to agree on a case in The Supreme Court to be granted. The Supreme Court is flooded with cases each year, anywhere from two thousand to five thousand, in hope that they will be chosen to be tried before the Supreme Court. Hundreds of cases that have had federal law issues in it go wrong, to go the Supreme Court for a second chance. These are real people who have appealed the decision of a lower court. The structure is basically as is, the federal courts go by as the following District Courts,
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